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Our company is constantly developing and striving to provide the largest selection of services for any user

11/27/2019

Today we can offer three main options for hosting web resources: dedicated, shared and VDS / VPS. Each of them has its own specific features and distinctive features.

Why do we use Xeon processors?

11/25/2019

For more than 15 years, Intel has been releasing its x86 server processors and workstation processors called “Xeon”. They ranged from simple options for the main line of Intel processors with some additional features, such as ECC memory support, to much more advanced designs with additional processor capabilities and cache memory.

Every day we try to make our service even safer

11/22/2019

Today, we entered the global VPS market with a huge selection of services and their high quality. Every day we try to make our service even safer, more reliable and faster.

What is a virtual private server and how to use it?

09/09/2019

Every year, information systems occupy an increasingly important role in the life of any company. Electronic document management, accounting programs, CRM and ERP systems are those tools that allow a business to 

What is vps hosting

09/05/2019

What is vps hosting? VPS is a part of physical server with limited resources and the ability to install its own OS. Depending on the type of virtualization, you may have a strict amount of resources (KVM), or resources may be 

How to use vps

09/05/2019

How to use vps server? A virtual VPS server is part of a physical server; it has its own operating system and its own resources. Connecting to a VPS server can be done in several ways, it depends on the type of operating system

What is a VPS server

09/05/2019

In the modern world there are a lot of technologies that can help in creating of websites of any complexity. You can create huge online stores, as well as any portals. But there is still one problem that most creators of such


 

What does VPS stand for

09/05/2019

Many people have a question what does vps stand for and when do they need to switch their website to it. A non-profit site with little traffic can work reasonably well on a shared hosting. But as attendance rises, productivity

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